"It's only a game!"
73 years old
coto de caza
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Last Updated: January 2, 2021
I have been playing golf since I was 11 years old. Grew up in Chicago, played on the high school and college golf teams. Moved to California in 1970. I play a lot of golf, average about 350 rounds a year. The only thing that keeps me off the course is frost. I'll play in rain, wind, fog, heat/cold, etc. I play super early every day because I hate waiting around.
As I age, it has become difficult to accept that I can no longer play to the level I once played too. While I still love the game, I have tended to isolate myself because I am embarrassed by the deterioration of my skill level. However, I am still on a quest to accomplish my long time goal of shooting my age. Finally on October 3, 2020 at age 72, I was able to accomplish my goal of shooting my age. Shot 71 at Coto de Caza - south course from the blue tees.
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Thrilled to get an invite to play the Navy course, as I seldom have an opportunity to play there. This course has always treated me rather poorly and... » More
Thrilled to get an invite to play the Navy course, as I seldom have an opportunity to play there. This course has always treated me rather poorly and today was no exception. No blame on conditions - it was all me. The course was in overall nice condition. Greens rolled well, had decent speed. Couldn't tell how receptive they were because I never hit any shots which would allow me to determine. Fairways provided nice roll out and for the most part had good coverage. Both bunkers I found has decent manicured sand.
I sure do miss the lakes, which are now devoid of H2o. Sad. Otherwise it nice to return and enjoy this course on a beautiful late autumn morning. Recommend» Close
Out super early on a cold (44 degrees) in the dark at 6am. Very busy, with quite a few people preparing to tee off in those conditions. Pro shop staf... » More
Out super early on a cold (44 degrees) in the dark at 6am. Very busy, with quite a few people preparing to tee off in those conditions. Pro shop staff was great as always.
Course conditions are pretty good right now. Greens rolled well and had decent pace. Held shots well which was nice. Most of the fairways had good coverage, with a few areas which need attention, but for the most part, very playable. I was in four green side bunkers, and the sand in the first three was great, the last (#18) was compacted and wet.
Just a fun track to play, which provides enough challenge to keep your interest, without being too penal. There are a number of holes which can cause you grief, but overall if you're careful, you can play a fairly stress free round.» Close
Nice to get back to Fullerton. I have always enjoyed this short track despite the sometime questionable conditions. Greens were much better than I r... » More
Nice to get back to Fullerton. I have always enjoyed this short track despite the sometime questionable conditions. Greens were much better than I remember them. The rest of the course has always been inconsistent with respect to condition, so having nice greens made the round very enjoyable. Typical thin/bare areas in the fairways and a number of tees beat up, but still playable.
As the prior review suggests, this executive course in not flat or boring. Offers some interesting fun holes. I must admit, as I age, walking this course has a bit more difficult, despite its short yardage. Not hard, just harder than it used to be. (thanks father time)
Staff is always great here and the senior rate makes this course very affordable» Close
When you are struggling with your golf game, do not try to bring it to Goat Hill Park. This course will expose all your shortcomings. First out on a ... » More
When you are struggling with your golf game, do not try to bring it to Goat Hill Park. This course will expose all your shortcomings. First out on a pleasant Monday morning, so pace of play not an issue, finishing in just a hair under two hours.
Greens were very good, but slower than when I played here a couple months ago. (Good thing because I found myself short sided a lot ) Most of the fairways had good coverage, with just a few areas needing attention. Not in any bunkers, but they appeared OK. Several tee boxes were beat up, but that's to be expected on those holes.
It's remarkable just how much this course has improved condition wise, since the first time I played here. Gone are all the muddy slopes, the scruffy areas have all been cleaned up and you can see the pride that the staff has in this wonderful little course. I strongly recommend this course to anyone who wants to be humiliated by a 4400 yard track» Close
Out early as usual on a slow Thursday. Course is now just beginning to recover from all the "improvements" However, after almost two months post ove... » More
Out early as usual on a slow Thursday. Course is now just beginning to recover from all the "improvements" However, after almost two months post over seeding, there are still five (5) holes with carts on path ? I do not see any difference between those designated holes from the holes with no restrictions? (And there is no indication things are going to change any time soon ? )
Greens are good, but do not have any of the speed/pace which I have become accustomed too at Coto. While the fairways are much better, they are still NOT as good as they were before all the "improvements" were implemented. Tee boxes, bunkers, rough are in nice shape.» Close
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